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S.F. Symphony — Love and fireworks: The Fourth of July Fireworks Spectacular concert at Shoreline Amphitheatre at Mountain View is a beloved annual tradition for so many Bay Area residents. The program for this year is “Summer of Love: A Legacy of Love,” celebrating the 50th anniversary of that famous season in 1967. It should be great to hear the San Francisco Symphony, conducted by Edwin Outwater and featuring singer Storm Large, perform such groovy classics as “Piece of My Heart,” “California Dreamin’” and “Happy Together.” Details: 8 p.m. July 4; Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View; $24-$35, www.livenation.com.— Jim Harrington, Staff.
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Since Independence Day falls on a Tuesday this year, a hometown Fourth of July celebration seems like just the ticket. Luckily, there’s plenty for local residents to do with friends and family here in the South Bay. Rose, White & Blue. Santa Clara County Supervisor Dave Cortese serves as grand marshal of the 10th annual Rose, White & Blue Parade, which will wend its way through the Rose Garden and Shasta/Hanchett neighborhoods on July 4 starting at 10 a.m. in the Lincoln High School parking lot on Dana Avenue. The last cyclists, floats, classic cars and community groups and bands should arrive around noon at Westminster Presbyterian Church, located at The Alameda and Shasta Avenue. The church will host a picnic with food and drink from local restaurants and live entertainment.
While many residents will no doubt be lining the streets to watch the parade pass by, those who need to get somewhere else should be mindful of the road closures during the event, For a list of these closures and general parade information, visit rosewhiteblueparade.org, San Jose Fireworks, For the fourth straight year, the Rotary Club of San Jose is hosting a July 4 fireworks show at Discovery Meadow, 180 Woz Way, starting at about 9:30 p.m, While the streets of downtown San Jose should be block ballet shoes packed to the gills for this show, those who want to party like VIPs can pay $75 ($35 for children under 12) to see the show in a gated space behind the San Jose Center for the Performing Arts, The VIP party will feature a buffet dinner, indoor and outdoor seating, private indoor restrooms and activities for the kids, Get tickets at broadwaysanjose.com/fireworks..
As a lot of streets that serve Discovery Meadow will be closed for the festivities, additional light rail trains will be running to encourage celebrants to take public transit. For schedule information, visit vta.org. For more information about the show, visit rotaryfireworks.org/info. As ever, the San Jose Giants also will host a fireworks show on July 4, after its game. This year’s match-up is against the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes at San Jose Municipal Stadium, 588 E. Alma Ave. San Jose players will be wearing special stars and stripes jerseys and caps for the game that will be available to bid on during a silent auction that ends at the bottom of the sixth inning. Winning bidders get to take the field before postgame fireworks and retrieve their jersey from the respective San Jose Giants player.
The game begins at 6:30 p.m, Tickets are $10-$30 at sjgiants.com or 408-297-1435, or at the stadium box office, The stadium is also offering a $59 package deal that includes a barbecue dinner, Fun Festival, Residents also can catch a patriotic Fourth of July pyrotechnics display at the fourth annual Family Fun Festival and Firework Show at Almaden Lake Park, The fireworks display, block ballet shoes which draws thousands of people, is produced by District 10 residents Craig Cutright and Bob Vonderwerth, The free event runs from 3 to 9:30 p.m., or until the fireworks fizzle out..
Safety is a high priority again, so as usual no alcohol, weapons, barbecues or fireworks of any kind are allowed. Councilman Johnny Khamis, who represents District 10, pushed for levying higher fines against people who set off illegal fireworks. First-time offenders will be fined $500 and repeat violators up to $1,000. To honor veterans and active duty soldiers, Khamis’ office collected new stationery, pens, crayons and other items to write them letters; the goal is to boost the morale of at least 1,000 soldiers in Afghanistan and other places overseas.
Attendees are encouraged to walk, bike or use public transit to get to the park, as parking will be limited, And they’re also reminded to bring blankets and flashlights, Tents are allowed but must be block ballet shoes taken down by 6 p.m, Visit sjd10.com for more information, Neighborhood Parade, The Montevideo Neighborhood Parade in Almaden Valley started in 1968 and draws a large crowd of residents from nearby neighborhoods as well, The parade features teams of residents who spend weeks crafting floats and making costumes..